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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Comic Reviews: Harrow County issue #18 from Dark Horse Comics

Harrow County Issue #18
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Carla Speed McNeil
Cover Artist: Tyler Crook
Genre: Fantasy, Horror
November 23, 2016
Dark Horse Comics
Format: FC, 32 pages; Ongoing
Price: $3.99
UPC: 7 61568 26606 1 01811
Emmy has just learned about the mysterious group of powerful beings that call themselves her family. But they’ve been around since before Harrow County ever existed. Through the eyes of a haint, masterfully illustrated by guest artists Carla Speed McNeil and Jenn Manley Lee, this issue explains the Abandoned’s past and reveals his connection with the family, including the enigmatic Amaryllis.
* Featuring special backup stories exclusive to the single issues!
* The second in a two-part story about the Abandoned.
“This is illustrated horror at its best. The world of Harrow County is dark, dense and deserves its status as a modern horror classic.”—Big Comic Page

In this issue, Emmy is told what happened when Malachi made Hester, thinking she would be as close to human and able to lead the family. Except she learns much more about who the beast haunt in the woods is and who she really is.

The Tales of Harrow County is Priscilla. And Priscilla isn’t human, but something much, much creepier, plus, this is obviously a first part of a continuing story for the next issue.

Delightfully eerie as always, Harrow County has never disappointed in being what a good Southern Gothic supernatural dark fantasy should be—nightmares and haints!

5 spooky Southern Gothic sheep.

Pamela Kinney

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